Easy On The Eye: 3INA

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If you haven't heard on 3INA, where have you been? I have done a previous blog post that gives you a bit about the background of 3INA (pronounced Mina) which you can find here, along with my first mini haul from them.

The Cream Shadow was released a couple of months back and available in 18 shades from neutral tones to crazy brights so there is something for everyone. I picked up the shade '313' a really gorgeous bronze/copper that is so ridiculously pigmented and metallic that you'll need sunglasses just to look at it.

The texture is very wet, and with a synthetic brush ( I use my Real Techniques shadow brush) its blends seamlessly onto the lid and once set, it doesn't go anywhere. It waterproof as well which is wonderful. I have used these both with and without a primer and also as the cream shadow as a primer or eyeshadow and all 3 work great. When using on their own, I apply a light wash of colour and wait for a couple of minutes to set, and then apply another layer and blend just to intensify the colour. Any way that you use them, they will not budge - thats a guarantee.

They are a more suped up version of the Max Factor Excess Shimmers but actually last and don't crease at all.

These are available now online and in their Covent Garden store (which is wonderful and the staff are lovely!) for £8.95 each. They're definitely worth it and so versatile.

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